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    Former Intern - Intern in Sydney
    Former Intern - Intern in Sydney
    Recommends
    Positive Outlook
    Approves of CEO

    I worked at Amazon as an intern (More than a year)

    Pros

    - good people, decent pay, free food on some days

    Cons

    - often very vertically structured, hard to speak out as junior

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Amazon Sydney Salaries

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$101,582 per year
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$117,299 per year
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$117,299 per year
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$153k

Amazon Sydney Interviews

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45%
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    Vendor Manager Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Sydney
    No Offer
    Negative Experience

    Application

    The process took 3+ months. I interviewed at Amazon (Sydney) in January 2022.

    Interview

    Understanding the loop interview process is a part of the business process and will remain. I just think it takes a heavy, heavy toll on the candidate.
    Almost 8 hours was invested Infront of the recruiters (not calculating the hours revising the leadership principles).
    Amazon want detailed stories that will eventually be broken down into million pieces as if to say "your story is a lie, here's how I can prove it".
    The skill sets weren't judged on merit or experiences, it was judged on how well you can articulate a story to the interviewer. Not once, but 17 times. (Over the course of 7 interviews).

    My feedback for not being successful in the interview process was that my stories were not detail enough and my skill set did not match the role.
    Well, my cv was sent, two intial interviews were conducted to identify my skills set and understand if it was aligned to the role and then progressed to the final 5 day loop - were I was told I did not have the skill set?
    It's a daunting, confusing and self-absorbed process that leaves candidates with high levels of anxiety and bitterness

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